Associate Professor,Assistant Professor,Internal Audit Officer,Executive Engineer,Assistant Engineer , Estate Manager, Jobs & Vacancy in Education at University of Allahabad , Allahabad Jan 2012
Job or Vacancy Description:
Applications are invited from the Indian Citizens, so as to reach the Registrar on or before, 31/01/2012 online for the following posts :
1. Associate Professor : 01 post
2. Assistant Professor : 01 post
3. Internal Audit Officer : 01 post
4. Placement Officer : 01 post
5. Executive Engineer : 01 post
6. Public Relation Officer : 01 post
7. Law Officer : 01 post
8. Hindi Officer : 01 post
9. Assistant Engineer (Civil) : 01 post
10. Estate Manager : 01 post
11. Junior Engineer : 01 post
12. Hindi Translator : 01 post
13. Hindi Typist : 01 post
Application Fee : DD of Rs. 500/- (Rs. 200/- for SC/ST candidates) from any nationalized bank drawn in favour of the Registrar, University of Allahabad, payable at Allahabad.
How to Apply : Apply Online at Allahabad University Website up to 31/01/2012 and take a printout of the system generated filled in application form and printed application form completed in all respect along with relevant documents, demand draft etc. as required must reach the Registrar, University of Allahabad, Allahabad – 211002 (U.P.)
1. Application are invited from persons, may be retired as Audit/Accounts/Administrative Officers to work as consultants (on contract) in different section of Registry and Accounts of University of Allahabad. The retired persons of an organized Account or Audit department or an office of the Central Government/Undertaking, who are willing to work as consultants in Accounts, Internal Audit and Administration Wings of the University of Allahabad on contract\ basis for short-spell on fixed monthly remuneration (negotiable) may appear in the Interview on 28/11/2011 at 11:00 a.m. in North Hall of Senate Building, University of Allahabad with his application duly filled in the annexed proforma, to the Registrar, University of Allahabad, Allahabad.
2. Initial engagement will be for six month which may be extended for further spell(s) depending on the performance of the engagee’s need and requirement of the University. No TA/DA will be allowed for appearing in the interview.
3. Applications are invited from eligible candidates for Junior Research Fellowships of the UGC for the Rajiv Gandhi Chair in Contemporary Studies.
4. M.A. with at least 55% marks or above (relaxable up to 5% for SC/ST candidates) in Political Science / International Relations / Defence Studies or related disciplines. Commitment to full time research is must. Preference will be given to candidates with NET, M.Phil., having knowledge of research methodology, publications, proficiency in English language and keen interest in academic events.
5. Applicants should enclose a research proposal on any topic related to thrust areas of the Chair, which includes: disarmament, secularism, nation building and social justice. Candidates are advised to attach all photo copies of mark sheets, certificates, and publications, etc. with the application form. Incomplete application will be summarily rejected. Reservation norms will be followed as per rules of the Government of India. The decision of the selection committee shall be final. Canvassing in any form will be treated as disqualification. Mere eligibility will not guarantee selection. The complete application must reach the undersigned latest by November 10, 2011.
6. The Department started in 1984 as part of the Political Science Department. Till the year 1985, when the Department became independent, a two year Diploma course was being offered. From 1995 onward a one year diploma course was being given. From the year 2000, the course with due changes was updated and a Bachelor of Journalism and Mass Communication was begun.
Tentative Last Date:31-01-2012
About the organization:
Allahabad University has always occupied an esteemed place among the universities of India for over a century now. Established on 23rd September 1887, it is the fourth oldest university of India after Calcutta, Bombay and Madras University.The credit for conceiving a large Central College at Allahabad, eventually to develop into a University, is due to Sir William Muir, then Lt. Governor of United Provinces. As a result of his initiative the foundation stone of the Muir Central College (named after him) was laid on Dec. 9 1873 by His Excellency Lord Northbrook. Sir William Muir said on that occasion: “The establishment of a central college at Allahabad has been my earnest desire ever since I assumed my present office. Shortly after coming here I found that a strong wish prevailed among the chief people of the place for a better means of education at Allahabad; and being myself deeply impressed with the same conviction, I took occasion at the first Darbar which I held here to urge upon those present the necessity of showing that they were sincere and in earnest, by contributing to the work. The appeal was widely and liberally met, a considerable sum was subscribed and address was presented to me in 1869, praying for the establishment of the college here.” On September 23, 1887 Act XVIII was passed which established the Allahabad University. Like the Universities of Calcutta, Bombay and Madras, the Allahabad University also started as a degree conferring institution. Its first entrance examination was held in March 1889. In 1904 the Indian Universities Act was passed which limited the territorial jurisdiction of Allahabad University to the United Provinces of Agra and Awadh, the Central Provinces including Berar, Ajmer, Mewar and most of the states of Rajputana and Central Indian Agencies. Between 1887 and 1927 at least thirty-eight different institutions and colleges of this area were affiliated to Allahabad University. With the promulgation of the Allahabad University Act in 1921, the Muir Central College lost its independent existence.
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